How to Create This Mystical Scene and Add Makeup to a Girl in Photoshop

Comments (18)
  1. QV says:

    Great tutorial…
    May I ask in step 41 – texture, why I can’t find it in resource, could you mind to reupload it? Thanks so much for useful tut..:)

    1. Azizullah says:

      A.A.
      How are you?
      Please information to share me ,who can you make this pitchers.

      I am a Photographer of fashion shoot.

      Multan (Pakistan).

  2. Anon says:

    Nice work

  3. g says:

    What is a fractal texture?

    1. donald says:

      No link to it in the resources… probably means this:
      http://browse.deviantart.com/resources/textures/abstract/?q=fractal

  4. TJ says:

    I love your tuts! Thank you

  5. 17ps8 says:

    great as before i am a fan of your website.go on

  6. Kailash says:

    The butterfly is a nice touch. The glow… mmm.. it not very natural looking

  7. afsdads says:

    She’s so pretty

  8. photoshop brush says:

    thanks you for share

  9. vipul singh says:

    THaaanks so much for this type of tutorials. I have never used photoshop but today I came to know such great demonstration. Now I am going to learn photoshop …

    Thanks Again…

  10. Feiko L says:

    The glow around the girl looks more like the halos you see in HDR photos than a glow that’s emitting from the girl. I would make it glow only around the parts where her skin is revealed… so not so much around the hair and none around the arms but only in the parts where her skin is.

    Also, I would use a vector mask instead of making a selection and duplicating the layer in step 3.

    1. Anon says:

      Yeahhhh looks fake and overall amateur tutorial. No usage of layer masks or smart filters. You can do it anyway you like but teach it properly so people don’t end up like you.

    2. charming says:

      Ok I agree with some of the things you said but as a whole this tutorial is great! Well explained.

      PS: ARIGATO Andrea!!

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